If you’ve got kids that grown bored of Nintendogs or simply want a virtual experience of owning a puppy then playstation Vita Pets is an awesome experience and I can’t wait to see the next steps it’ll take.
Compared to Nitendogs, here you'll find a specific purpose for your pets, in finding an ancient treasure. Interactions with the puppies are not varied as they are in Nintendo's rival, but the game still has a fun part to it.
A nice first try by Sony to compete with Nintendogs in a different way: it's a shame that the dubbing is awful and there's way too much repetition involved, especially in the first few hours, but young dog lovers should give it a try.
It may present some unwanted hurdles yet, as a whole, PlayStation Vita Pets is an enjoyable, long-lasting experience. Naturally, die-hard gamers will probably let this one slip through the net though younger, more casual players should feel right at home.
Pets struggles to teach an old dog new tricks. It takes a few steps forward and the same steps back, so a couple of more laps around the obstacle course might be needed before this pooch can storm out of the gate running like a champion.
Dogs with real personality
Team up with a talking dog and embark on a quest to sniff out clues, dig up treasure and solve the mystery of Castlewood Island. Choose from a tough-talking husky, brave collie, fun-loving Labrador or giggly Dalmatian, then make friends for life as your new puppy pal responds only to your voice ...